The deadline for Major League Baseball and the Players Union to reach an agreement has arrived – and it looks like the two sides still haven’t seen eye-to-eye on their financial sticking points.
- That means Opening Day likely won’t start on March 31st as scheduled, MLB officials say. It also means players will start losing $20.5 million in salary for each day they don’t play, according to the league.
- The news comes after the MLB and Players Union sat down in Florida Monday for an eighth straight day of negotiations.
- Now that players are losing money, to you expect an agreement to be reached soon?
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